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I think this is a female Common Darter but not 100%
No it's not it is a Four-spotted Chaser (Libellula quadrimaculata) per Jane ~ thanks Jane.
Well captured with focus spot on Albert
That of course was excellent.
Superb Albert, great detail,
Brilliant clarity and excellent macro shot image with lovely details...............
f4 at 72mm and you've got it the focus zone. A lovely shape in the frame as well, Albert.
Great Scot that's a great shot! can't ask for better than that Albert! clear and crisp perfect detail love it Regards Leon.
Excellent shot, so crisp and well defined against the soft b/g with the wide aperture used.
An extremely impressive close up photograph Albert, in which you have captured not only the glorious colour and details, but also this magnificent pose, kindly donated by this rather handsome looking Darter.
This is a super capture, just a bit different and very informative re: the parts of the dragonfly!
A belter, Albert, excellent detail. Carol
A top shot!
impressive clarity / details!
So delicate critter, Albert!!!!!! Love the "x"!!!!! Ania
Many thanks to everyone who have looked, voted and commented.
Stunning, very good indeed . How did you get so close at 72mm? Mine belt even using a 200mm!
Great shot of the Four-spotted Chaser Albert.
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